Privoz MarketCurrently Open [Closes at 07:00 pm]
- Address: Pryvozna St, 14, Odesa, Odessa Oblast, Ukraine, 65000
- Timings: 07:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +38-0482376774
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Market, Family And Kids
Privoz Market - Review
The city of Odessa’s largest farmers market, and possibly the country’s too (and perhaps the largest in the world), was founded in 1827. Its growth was contributed to by the influx of different nationalities into the city at the time. Even today this international feel is well preserved. Goods on offer include food such as fish, vodka, shrimp, caviar, farm produce, and perfume, shoes, tools, second hand goods, old clothes, and possibly even stolen goods. There's nearly nothing you can't find here. The market has often been called almost as much of a recycling center as a department store. Vendors set up shop right outside full-fledged retail outlets. Be careful of pickpockets. You should know that the vendors expect you to haggle. The market enjoys a significant cultural reputation with many mentions in music and literature.
Privoz Market Information
- Be careful of pickpockets.
How To reach Privoz Market by Public Transport
- Tram 5, 10, 28; Share Taxi 115, 171, 214 stop Preobrazhenska St.
- Trams 5, 28; Share Taxi 115, 127, 171, 185, 214, 237, 242 stop Katerynynska St.
- Trams 3, 10, 11 stop rynok "Pryvoz"
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Things to Know Before Visiting Privoz Market
95% of people who visit Odessa include Privoz Market in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
27.13% of people start their Privoz Market visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Privoz Market
93.25% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Privoz Market
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Privoz Market, Odessa Reviews
Huge market. From food to clothing items can be purchased here. Most of the food items from various sellers were found to be fairly fresh with sometimes price differences for the same item depending on the seller. If you are not in a hurry you can save a bunch by taking time to look all over the market before making a purchase. Inside the market was fairly clean however, some of the streets surrounding the market were littered with refuse that definitely was an eye sore with attention quite needed. In all it was a decent market with different boutiques and restaurants in the surroundings.
Not for an average tourist. This is hardcore market, you will have bargain and push your way through groups of people. Watch your belongings and your pockets. The marinades food and seafood is delicious. Don't be afraid to "sample".
Oh the glorious Privoz! Your labyrinths of unending stalls, your hearty grandmas selling delicious local produce, your shadiness and shabbiness! Generations of Odessites have eaten off your generous hands, and you're still going strong, reminding of the times long past. NB if you're from outside the CIS, this place will freak you out :)
A depressing part of Odessa. It's chaotic, dirty and noisy, resembles bazaars in India. Some people say it has its unique vibe, but it doesn't.
you can spend all the day here , its has almost everything you need food and clothing good prices too
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